- Publisher: PIATKUS BOOKS
- Format: Paperback | 592 pages
- Dimensions: 126mm x 192mm x 42mm | 380g
- Publication date: 3 November 2011
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0749955651
- ISBN 13: 9780749955656
- Sales rank: 28,285
Payne, twin sister of Vishous, is cut from the same dark, seductive cloth as her brother. Imprisoned for eons by their mother, the Scribe Virgin, she finally frees herself - only to face a devastating injury. Manuel Manello, MD, is drafted by the Brotherhood to save her as only he can - but when the human surgeon and the vampire warrior meet, their two worlds collide in the face of their undeniable passion. With so much working against them, can love prove stronger than the birth right and the biology that separate them?
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After graduating from law school J. R. Ward began working in health care in Boston and spent many years as chief of staff for one of the premier academic medical centres in the U.S. She lives in Kentucky with her husband.
By Christina 12 Mar 2012
This book was a bit different compared to the others. First up their were no Lesser stories, which I thought would be a good change but for some reason I just felt that the book was missing something, whether it was this or something else. Don't get me wrong I loved the relationship between Manny and Payne. They definitely had the fire and thrill which makes the book so addictive and enticing to read. Manny sounds like one HOT man haha. But I was a bit put off from Vishous and Jane, returning back to their relationship. At some stages I thought they didn't even love each other but I guess all relationships have problems. The book gives an insight to their issues and how they are solved, even if the solution is absolutely heart retching to read. I think the main reason why my rating is lower than previous books is because of the ending, it felt extremely rushed from the small part of the lessers onwards. However it is still a Black Dagger Brotherhood story that I will always love. I hope Manny sticks around in later books ;-) and I am still desperate to read more about Qhuinn!!
Vampire fantasy just doesn't get better than this lovevampire.com